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execute

[ek′səkyo̅o̅t]
(of a computer) to follow a set of instructions to complete a program or specified function.

execute

verb Computers Do Forensic medicine Do in

execute,

v to finish; accomplish; fulfill. To carry out according to certain terms.
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The court-appointed executor may not know you, your family, your wishes, or your family's needs.
The struggle over this force is just beginning--and The Circuit: Executor Rising promises a rollicking ride, indeed.
Data collection of the study is field work, that is from among the radio programs, several programs where there are both female and male executors, are selected as the data of the research and the obtained results that are the linguistic corpus of the research, are written down on papers and the analysis of this linguistic corpus, is implemented as based on selecting the terms and the speech style and the results are analyzed and explained based on this criteria.
If you have already appointed a professional executor in your will but are wondering whether you got the best deal, it might be worth reviewing.
The professional executor will assist in notification and/or therapeutic issues to be addressed with my clients.
In these situations, a professional executor may be helpful as they can bring a degree of independence and are less likely to be caught up in the emotions of the situation.
The regulations require the executor to calculate the amount of the unused exclusion on the deceased spouse's estate tax return, and they contain rules for properly calculating that amount.
She says Mark was told he couldn't name her both as his executor and beneficiary, so he made his mother his executor.
Kostanov says that executors face most problems collecting debts accrued based on unpaid utility bills, followed by credit card liabilities, car credits and asset confiscation.
The new legal solution makes the UJP the main state executor, i.
FAILING to shop around for will preparation and executor services could be costing consumers around pounds 40m a year, the Office of Fair Trading warned yesterday.
The executor of his will had asked the courts to rule on whether the clause was legal.